Welcome to Albuquerque Pride’s New Mexico Community Resources Page. Many of our partners and other local organizations provide comprehensive resource directories. We have compiled some of those resources here. Also included is a list of current support groups and LGBT-related organizations who may be able to help you in your journey. Please feel free to contact us at [email protected] with any additional resources you may need.
New Mexico Community Resource Directories
Community Support Groups and Local LGBT Organizations
LGBTQ+ Veteran Care
VA New Mexico health care employees receive training in clinical care that is responsive to the unique needs of LGBTQ+ Veterans. Our trained LGBTQ+ Veteran care coordinators are fully equipped to support the health, welfare, and dignity of you and your family. Learn more at their website: LGBTQ+ Veteran Care | VA New Mexico Health Care | Veterans Affairs
AVER is an organization of members who are active duty personnel, reservists, and veterans of the Armed Forces of the United States of America in pursuit of common goals to better the lives of Americans who serve their country. Learn more at their website: AVER
Equality New Mexico (EQNM), envisions a world in which oppression is obsolete and all dimensions of human identity are honored. EQNM is a reputable organization focusing on advocacy and education. Visit their website at: EQNM
N’MPower was established in 1997 to serve primarily gay men and transgender-identifying individuals. N’MPower offers various groups, workshops and other community events most nights. To find out what is happening next, stay in touch by “liking” their Facebook Page at: N’MPower Facebook.
PFLAG offers a monthly meeting which provides a safe and open environment for parents, families and friends of lesbians and gays. For more information, please visit PFLAG
The Transgender Resource Center of New Mexico offers many groups to help answer questions, create friendships and provide support and resources for one another. You can check out their latest group offerings and schedule by visiting the TGRCNM Groups Page.
Student and Youth Information
Every Friday night, Albuquerque LGBT youth under the age of 21, come together to discuss issues and play games in an environment free of bullying or judgement, an environment where every student can express their true self without fear of being teased, mistreated, or physically harmed. Get the latest at their website: Common Bond – U21
TEEN’MPower is an organization geared towards supporting LGBTQIA teens aged between 13-18. Various groups, evnets and educational workshops are held in a non-traditional fashion. Check out what’s going on with TEEN’MPower by “liking” their Facebook Page at: TEEN’MPower Facebook.
Through safety, education, advocacy, and support, the LGBTQ Resource Center serves as a physical environment from which LGBTQ* visibility on the UNM campus can grow. A number of resources are offered within the LGBTQ Resource Center’s physical space, as well as services that reach out further into the UNM community. Check out what they have to offer at: UNM LGBTIQ
Whether you need help navigating the college application process from start to finish, or are looking for the answer to a specific question, this resource will provide valuable information that prospective students who identify as LGBTQ need to know about researching, applying to, and attending college. WEBSITE: Guide
UNM Truman Health Services
Truman Health Services offers comfortable, confidential, and affordable care for patients requiring testing, treatment, or primary care. Some services offered include primary and specialty care for people with HIV; medication adherence, education, and counseling; and behavioral therapy and counseling. Truman Health Services also provides comprehensive social and medical services to people who are transgendered and/or gender non-conforming regardless of HIV status. Learn more about the services they offer on their website: UNM Truman Health Services